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Department of Art

Chapman Gallery Exhibitions, Exhibits, & Lectures

The Mark A. Chapman Gallery on the first floor of Willard Hall opened in 2005. Cheryl Mellenthin and Mark Chapman funded a complete renovation of the former Willard Hall Gallery, increasing the exhibition space to over 1,400 square feet along with 400 square feet dedicated to exhibition preparation and kitchen facilities.

The Department of Art hosts BFA and MFA student exhibitions in the gallery as part of graduation requirements each semester. The technology friendly gallery serves not only exhibition purposes, but also provides a location for an active Visiting Artist lecture program.

BFA, MFA, and Visiting Artist program exhibitions are partially funded through the K-State SGA Fine Arts Fee.

Fall 2018

December 10-14, 2018
Bachelor of Fine Arts Senior Exhibition #2

A B.F.A. Exhibition presenting Melissa Donlon, Tyler Jones, Anna Rassette, Logan Robertson, Anthony Stepp, and Stephen Taylor.

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December 3-7, 2018
Bachelor of Fine Arts Senior Exhibition #1

A B.F.A. Exhibition presenting Sarah Beatty, Nicholas Burrowes, Braden Byers, Anton Deblauwe, Kenny Dinh and Kenneth Wilson.

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August 20-31, 2018
"Wading in without" Exhibition & Lecture by Brian Coponi

The Kansas State University Department of Art will present the exhibition "wading in without" by internationally recognized artist Brian Caponi from August 20-31 in the Mark A. Chapman Gallery in Willard Hall, Kansas State University campus. The artist will also present an Artist Talk at 5:30 pm on Thursday, August 23 in the Town Hall Room, Staley School of Leadership Studies. A reception will follow the lecture from 6:30-8 pm in the Chapman Gallery. Admission is free and open to the public...

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Archived Mark A. Chapman Gallery

2017-2018 Exhibitions, Exhibits, & Lectures

2016-2017 Exhibitions, Exhibits, & Lectures

2015-2016 Exhibitions, Exhibits, & Lectures

2014-2015 Exhibitions, Exhibits, & Lectures

Gallery Hours:
Closed for Summer

Admission is free and open to the public.